Hot rods on hot days! 😎
The new lanes will connect West Saanich Road with McTavish Road and Wain Road.
One crash caused a truck to rollover at an intersection.
VicPD officers are currently dealing with two downtown collisions.
To start, you can claim up to $2,100 for lost or damaged baggage.
The truck can be seen spinning-out after missing the cyclists.
The real-time bus tracking technology was delayed from Spring 2019.
Helijet has also been affected by the weather.
Research into the project is still in its very early stages.
“...there is compelling evidence that taxi service cannot meet peak period public need.”
Because of the Scouts Canada 2019 Pacific Jamboree being held in Sooke
The anti-cyclist sentiment is real 😬
It hasn’t been able to be raised since Thursday 😬
The new ferry was expected to start service this summer.
Commuters who usually drive down Dallas Road near downtown Victoria should find an alternate route this summer as construction on the Clover Point Pump...
They were expected to roll out beer and wine sales on select vessels this month
This is the eighth time they've received the title within 10 years
Yes, it’s exactly what it sounds like 🛀⛵
The bus routes go to Thetis Lake, downtown, the ferry terminal, and more.
Cue the collective groan 🙄
Because it's travel time!
The majority of Vancouver Island residents agreed.
But some people are afraid of being stranded in a place without any charging stations
Victoria will be getting a multi-use trail that connects the city to Langford
No more moving your vehicle every 2 hours!
This lucky traveller got a complimentary tour of Victoria and a gift basket full of local goodies
That's an extra 85 cents for vehicles on the Vancouver-Victoria route
The majority are being added to the Victoria – Vancouver route.
Vehicles headed downtown will have to use the Johnson Street bridge
A tower crane is being disassembled and removed
International students over 26 can also avail the offer!
Expect heavy delays in the area.
PSA: Remember to carry some change if you're going downtown this weekend
It will be presented to the Victoria Regional Transit Commission and BC Transit next.
Hint: It’s not Air Canada
Improved visibility is otw!
They include adding lanes and installing medians.
Around 2/3rds of the fleet is already equipped with the on-board audio and visual announcements.
They’re part of the 2,700 additional sailings announced in February.
Only served after 11 a.m.
She'll be one of 7 people in charge of overseeing the management of the crown corporation
Over 100 local businesses are participating.
Road trip, anyone?
But you still might want to reserve a spot!
The $85-million project was originally slated for completion by late 2018